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To help fight the opioid crisis, a new tool from Maps and SearchTo help fight the opioid crisis, a new tool from Maps and Search

This pilot has been made possible thanks to the hard work of many federal agencies, states and pharmacies. Companies like Walgreens and CVS Health, along with state governments in Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan and Pennsylvania have been instrumental in this project, contributing data with extensive lists of public and private disposal locations. The…

Using Google for Education tools to create community at Lundavra PrimaryUsing Google for Education tools to create community at Lundavra Primary

At Lundavra Primary School, students and teachers encourage parents and other local residents to visit our schools and learn about what’s happening in our classrooms. It’s important to us that we connect the Fort William community to the life of the school. To make this happen, we invite everyone in the area to “Community Cafes,”…

A philosopher argues that an AI can never be an artist

On March 31, 1913, in the Great Hall of the Musikverein concert house in Vienna, a riot broke out in the middle of a performance of an orchestral song by Alban Berg. Chaos descended. Furniture was broken. Police arrested the concert’s organizer for punching Oscar Straus, a little-remembered composer of operettas. Later, at the trial,…

A Doodle honoring Steve Irwin: zookeeper, conservationist and fatherA Doodle honoring Steve Irwin: zookeeper, conservationist and father

Editor’s note: Today’s guest post comes from Dr. Terri Irwin, wife of the late Steve Irwin, who is honored in today’s Google Doodle.  Today’s Google Doodle acknowledges the life and achievements of my husband Steve Irwin, whose efforts to protect wildlife and wild places have been recognised as the most extensive of any conservationist. We…

How I started a new career while raising three kids, thanks to GoogleHow I started a new career while raising three kids, thanks to Google

Editor’s Note: Since 2016, more than 73,000 people have explored new opportunities with the Google Developer scholarship, part of Grow with Google’s commitment to help people across Europe–from Hungary to rural France–succeed in the digital economy. Zuzana, a working mother from the U.K., was awarded the Google scholarship and graduated from a Udacity Nanodegree program,…

The Influence of Voice Search on Featured Snippets

Posted by TheMozTeam This post was originally published on the STAT blog. We all know that featured snippets provide easy-to-read, authoritative answers and that digital assistants love to say them out loud when asked questions. This means that featured snippets have an impact on voice search — bad snippets, or no snippets at all, and…

SEO Channel Context: An Analysis of Growth Opportunities

Posted by BrankoK Too often do you see SEO analyses and decisions being made without considering the context of the marketing channel mix. Equally as often do you see large budgets being poured into paid ads in ways that seem to forget there’s a whole lot to gain from catering to popular search demand. Both…

The first privately funded trip to the moon is about to launch

More than 10 years ago, Google and X Prize offered a $20 million prize for the first nongovernmental organization to complete a lunar mission. Just under a year after the competition ended without a winner, it seems a former competitor will make an attempt. If all goes to plan, the Israel-based organization SpaceIL will be launching…

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